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[965] Stein, Dieter. "The Website as a Domain-Specific Genre." Language@Internet 3 (2006): http://www.languageatinternet.de/articles/2006.
[762] Garrett, Paul B.. "What a Language Is Good for: Language Socialization, Language Shift, and the Persistence of Code-Specific Genres in St. Lucia." Language in Society 34 (2005): 327-361.
[627] Bazerman, Charles. "What Activity Systems Are Literary Genres Part of?" Readerly/Writerly Texts 10 (2003): 97-106.
[601] Askehave, Inger, and Anne Ellerup Nielsen. "What Are the Characteristics of Digital Genres? Genre Theory from a Multi-Modal Perspective." In Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Science, edited by Jr. Sprague, Ralph H., 98a-. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press, 2005.
[1714] Henze, Brent R.. "What Do Technical Communicators Need to Know about Genre?" In Solving Problems in Technical Communication, 337-361. Chicago: U Chicago Press, 2012.
[RN127] Smith, Summer. "What is 'Good' Technical Communication? A Comparison of the Standards of Writing and Engineering Instructors." Technical Communication Quarterly 12 (2003): 7/24/2015.
[1168] Nystrand, Martin. What Writers Know: the Language, Process, and Structure of Written Discourse. New York: Academic Press, 1982.
[628] Bazerman, Charles, and Paul Prior. What Writing Does and How It Does It: An Introduction to Analyzing Texts and Textual Practices. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004.
[RN107] Hutto, David. "When Professional Biologists Write: An Ethnographic Study with Pedagogical Implications." Technical Communication Quarterly 12 (2003): 207-224.
[623] Bazerman, Charles. "Whose Moment? The Kairotics of Intersubjectivity." In Constructing Experience, 171-193. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.
[995] Vaughan, Misha W., and Andrew Dillon. "Why Structure and Genre Matter for Users of Digital Information: A Longitudinal Experiment with Readers of a Web-Based Newspaper." International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 64 (2006): 502-526.
[767] Giordano, Peggy C.. "The Wider Circle of Friends in Adolescence." American Journal of Sociology 101 (1995): 661-697.
[RN214] Panke, Stefanie, and Birgit Gaiser. "With My Head Up in the Clouds: Using Social Tagging to Organize Knowledge." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 23 (2009): 318-349.
[924] Royse, Pam, Joon Lee, Baasanjav Undrahbuyan, Mark Hopson, and Mia Consalvo. "Women and Games: Technologies of the Gendered Self." New Media & Society 9 (2007): 555-576.
[1146] Tebeaux, Elizabeth, Lynette Hunter, and Sarah Hutton. "Women and Technical Writing, 1475-1700: Technology, Literacy, and Development of a Genre." In Women, Science, and Medicine, 1500-1700, 29-62. Sutton: Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire, 1997.
[1256] Lakoff, G.. Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things: What Categories Reveal About the Mind. University of Chicago Press, 1987.
[1191] Luzzi, Joseph. "The Work of Genre: Labor, Identity, and Modern Capitalism in Wordsworth and Verga." PMLA 127, no. 4 (2012): 925-31.
[1294] Levitin, D. The World in Six Songs: How the Musical Brain Created Human Nature. New York, NY: Penguin Group, 2008.
[RN273] Dias, Patrick, Aviva Freedman, Peter Medway, and Anthony Paré. Worlds Apart : Acting and Writing in Academic and Workplace Contexts In Rhetoric, Knowledge, and Society. Mahwah, NJ: Routledge, 1999.
[1050] Swales, JM. "Worlds of genre—metaphors of genre." In Genre in a changing world, edited by C. Bazerman, A. Bonini and D. Figueiredo, 3-16. Fort Collins, CO: WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press, 2009.
[644] Bhatia, Vijay K.. Worlds of Written Discourse In Advances in Applied Linguistics, Edited by Christopher N. Candlin and Srikant Sarangi. London: Continuum, 2004.
[RN202] Amidon, Stevens, and Stuart Blythe. "Wrestling With Proteus: Tales of Communication Managers in a Changing Economy." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (2008): 5-37.
[RN50] Hartley, James. "Writing an Introduction to the Introduction." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 39 (2009): 321-329.
[927] Russell, David R.. "Writing and Genre in Higher Education and Workplaces: A Review of Studies That Use Cultural-Historical Activity Theory." Mind, Culture, and Activity 4 (1997): 224-237.
[1156] Emig, Janet. "Writing As A Mode of Learning." College Composition and Communication 28, no. 2 (1977): 122-128.

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